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Presentations and Publications

Presentations

 

Julian Tash (class ’18)

  • Spring 2016, Student Research Conference on Asia and the Environment at Bard College
    Julian presented independent research on the Mekong River.  This conference featured work done by graduate students and students from international universities.

Kelly Wan (class ’18)

  • Fall 2014, Chinatown radio project – aired on WWEA 88.9 The Marc Steiner Show
    In the semester’s Humanities seminar, Kelly and her team created a radio project about Baltimore’s Chinatown*, its impact on the city, and its potential revitalization. Kelly was involved in all aspects of the project, narrating, writing, recording, and editing. The radio project aired as a part of the Downtown Series on WEAA 88.9 the Marc Steiner Show.*Baltimore’s Chinatown was Kelly’s initial topic that was chosen to develop into the radio project.
  • 2015 Imagining America Conference
    In the fall semester, Kelly spoke at the Imagining America Conference with Dr. Nicole King about their Humanities Seminar, specifically the radio project (which aired on The Marc Steiner Show in January 2015), undergraduate research, and the topic of Chinatown.

 

Emily Grace (class ’18)

  • Fall 2015, Hilltop Society Dinner presentation
    Emily spoke to donors and UMBC administrators, including Dr. Hrabowski, detailing the importance of her humanities scholarship to her studies at UMBC.
  • Fall 2014, Our Daily Bread radio project, aired on The Marc Steiner Show in January 2015
    Emily and her team, as part of taking a course called “Place and Public History in Baltimore” Downtown Stories created a radio project about the story of Our Daily Bread’s  relocation controversy. Our Daily Bread provides care and services to people in need in Baltimore City.
  • Fall 2014, Hilltop Society Dinner presentation
    Emily presented and discussed the work Engineers Without Borders is currently doing (installing a pump well with a bios and filter to provide fresh water to Isongo, a small village in Kenya) to donors at the Hilltop Society dinner. She also discussed with some of the donors why a Humanities major is necessary in an engineering club, highlighting the writing and communication skills she brings to the group.

 

Publications

Emory Russo (class ’18)

  • Alone Together, fiction Award Winner in Bartleby Creative Arts Journal (Spring 2016)
    Zoe’s story was selected for publication in Bartleby, UMBC’s creative arts journal.

 

Morgan Zepp (class ’18)

  • Lifelines, creative nonfiction in Bartleby Creative Arts Journal (Spring 2016)
    Morgan’s story was selected for publication in Bartleby, UMBC’s creative arts journal.

 

Emily Grace (class ’18)

  • Snow poem, in Bartleby Creative Arts Journal (Spring 2016)
    Emily’s poem was selected for publication in Bartleby, UMBC’s creative arts journal.

 

Carrie Cook (class ’18)

  • Panic poem, in Bartleby Creative Arts Journal (Spring 2016)
    Carrie’s poem was selected for publication in Bartleby, UMBC’s creative arts journal.

 

Rebecca Haddaway (class ’18)

  • Lanterns poem, in Bartleby Creative Arts Journal (Spring 2015)
    Rebecca’s poem was selected for publication in Bartleby, UMBC’s creative arts journal.

 

Julian Tash (class ’18)

  • Julian wrote the script for and assisted in the editing of a radio segment about Baltimore’s Chinatown that was aired on January 5, 2015 on WEAA, a member of National Public Radio.

 

Alex Armbruster (class ’19)

  • Between Her Hands poem, in Bartleby Creative Arts Journal (Spring 2016)
    Alex’s poem was selected for publication in Bartleby, UMBC’s creative arts journal.

 

Lane Kennedy (class ’19)

  • Alleyway poem, in Bartleby Creative Arts Journal (Spring 2016)
    Lane’s poem was selected for publication in Bartleby, UMBC’s creative arts journal.